Inevitable that they are, transitions are an inescapable fact of life.

So often we hate to see them coming because we can feel them in our soul.

There is a school of thought that since transitions are a part of life, if you take steps and adapt to them willingly, you can turn a transition into a transformation.

It’s important to be pro-active. You want to transition with the arrow pointing up and not down with the latter being described as a decline or collapse.

One of the most positive tales of transition to transformation is Cinderella.

Cinderella or The Little Glass Slipper, is a folk tale embodying a myth-element of unjust oppression and triumphant reward., article, By Anne Anderson (1874-1930) anderson_prints.html, Public Domain wikimedia

Thousands of variations of the story are known throughout the world.

The title character is a young woman living in unfortunate circumstances that are suddenly changed to remarkable fortune.

One powerful variation is the story of Rhodopis, recounted by the Greek geographer Strabo in around 7 BC, about a Greek slave girl who marries the king of Egypt, is usually considered as the earliest known variant of the “Cinderella” story.

The first literary European version of the story was published in Italy by Giambattista Basile in his Pentamerone in 1634.

The most popular version was published by Charles Perrault in Histoires ou contes du temps passé in 1697, and later by the Brothers Grimm in their folk tale collection Grimms’ Fairy Tales in 1812.

Generations come and go yet the popularity of Cinderella and life transformations is eternal., article, walt disney studios photo credit

What happened recently in the movie industry speaks to this.

Cinderella is a 2015 American romantic fantasy film directed by Kenneth Branagh, with a screenplay written by Chris Weitz. The film is based on the eponymous folk tale and inspired in part by Walt Disney‘s 1950 animated film of the same name.

And now for the modern day point.

It grossed over $543 million worldwide, becoming Branagh’s highest-grossing film to date as a director.

In terms of our own physical, mental and emotional transformation, there is no better industry that helps guide us than the beautiful female fitness industry whose ranks continue to swell with beautiful princesses who not only transition and transform their personal lives, they can transform yours as well.

What woman doesn’t want to live life as a beautiful princess?

One such princess in the fitness industry who transitioned and transformed into a gorgeous sculptural work of art is Sumeet Sahni., article, photo credit

Her workouts are erotic and breathtaking. Her website is very down to earth and informative.

Here is a sample video.

Let’s meet this transformation princess., article, photo credit

At her dynamic site she greets us with a bubbly exuberance, “Hi everyone! Since you’ve made it to my website, you probably already know my name is Sumeet Sahni.

I am currently live in San Francisco, CA. with my fiancé and our obnoxiously affectionate Pitbull, Lala.

She pretty much runs our household.

Growing up Indian, first generation in America, my parents never emphasized the importance of playing sports or exercising in general. Instead, they encouraged me to focus on getting straight As and push myself mentally, never physically. When I was 13 years old I stepped foot into the weight room at the local gym for the first time and my fell in love. I had no idea what in the world I was doing, but I was intrigued by all of the equipment and endless possibilities. I began lifting and even learning more about nutrition. Then I graduated high school and went to college. With college also came alcohol & parties, copious amount of junk food, and very little sleep.

I might have been getting my B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science, but let be honest, I spent the next 4 years living the college lifestyle. I was partying hard, eating everything and anything I wanted, and was going to the gym a total of maybe 1 time every 2 months. After graduating, I decided to travel and work abroad, in South Korea (I know, super random!). While I was there, my boyfriend (now fiancé) decided to sign up for a bodybuilding competition! I was completely intrigued, but my lifestyle was SO bad while abroad. I was literally drinking every single night (soju, beer, wine, you name it), eating everything and anything, and honestly, was very unhappy with who I was, on the inside and outside. I remember hitting rock bottom one afternoon when I woke up hung over at 3 pm with an empty box of fried chicken on my left side and an empty jar of nutella on my right side. I was grossed out by who I had become and the amount of disrespect I had for my health and body.

I quickly started researching what competition categories there were for females and came across the Bikini division. The girls were looked so fit, but sexy at the same time! It was literally what I always wanted to look like. That moment I decided that I would sign up, begin working with a coach online, and compete! I went from soft and skinny at 125 lbs. to lean and fit at 107 lbs. Now over the years I have been focusing on gaining muscle and curves and have gained over 30 lbs. of lean mass! I’m currently at 140 lbs. and still trying to improve every day. After I moved back home and saw how much my body was transforming, I wanted to help others.

I began personal training at a gym in San Francisco and helped transform close to 100 people in 2 years, while also competing 4 times and making it to the National Level.

In 2014 I began working online, so I could reach more individuals and have now helped over 700 people online! I’ve worked with everyone, 100+ lbs. overweight women, skinny men trying to gain muscle, fit women trying to gain curves, and men stepping into the gym after years.

Over the years, I have been sharing my own fitness journey on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Snap Chat. I am so thankful and bless to be able to reach and work with so many amazing individuals from around the world. Through fitness I have gained physical and mental strength, confidence in myself, and an understanding of how important it is to fuel your body so it can perform its best. My passion is sharing that knowledge with anyone who wants to get healthier, get stronger and become confident in her own skin!

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. I look forward to working with you!”, article, photo credit

We are excited. Here are a few more reasons to be excited as we view her accomplishments.

Experience and Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Exercise & Sports Science, USF
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Certified Personal Trainer
  • Kettle Bell Certified
  • TRX Suspension Certified
  • TRX Rip Trainer Certified
  • CPR Certified
  • National Level NPC Competitor

That’s fantastic. Magical as well.

So who is the NPC, a group with which Sumeet has achieved a National Level status?

The National Physique Committee area of business: Only in the U.S.A, that means it has no representative outside the US.

The National Physique Committee (NPC) is the largest amateur bodybuilding organization in the United States. Amateur bodybuilders compete in competitions from local to national competitions sanctioned by the NPC.

An interesting point: One amateur organization per country is recognized by the International Federation of BodyBuilders (IFBB), which claims to be bodybuilding’s international organization and the IFBB recognizes the NPC as its amateur extension for the United States.

Advanced athletes can progress as professionals and join the IFBB Professional League.

In order to become an IFBB professional bodybuilder in the United States a class must first be won at the NPC Nationals Championship or be the overall winner at the NPC USA Championship.

The NPC also sanctions bodybuilding fitness and figure competitions across the United States.

Very enlightening.

We want more so we are going to energize over to her Facebook page at:

“Transforming your body takes patience, persistence, consistency, and guidance.

I work closely with my clients to build the perfect diet and workouts that fit into their lives and transform their body, inside and out.

Our mind and body are connected and to truly transform externally, one needs to focus on the internal transformation as well.”

Readers? Are you ready to transition into a positive mind and body transformation?

If so, it could be your magical story and we’ve found just the right princess to play the most important role., article, photo credit

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